Conference on

Structural Models of Consumer Optimization Behavior: Labor, Retirement and Health

September 16-18, 2005

Hosted by Donna Gilleskie, UNC-CH and Ahmed Khwaja, Duke University


This conference aims to provide an opportunity for young scholars solving and estimating structural economic models of labor, aging, and/or health to discuss their research with leading researchers in the field.

In addition, the workshop will encourage discussion on solution and estimation techniques, policy evaluation, and dissemination, and allow participants to get to know others by face and not just name, to create contacts, and to develop co-authorships.

We will publish the conference proceedings in an Annals volume of the Journal of Econometrics.

We encourage attendance from graduate students and other individuals irrespective of being a presenter or discussant subject to space limitations.


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Registration Information: required

Abstract/paper submissions: closed

Last edited September 13, 2005 by Donna Gilleskie. donna_gilleskie@unc.edu